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Shipping Examination By CBP

Container was examined by¬†CBP¬†– Customs and Border Protection and being charged a fee by the CES – Centralized Examination Station. Under 19¬†USC 1467, CBP has a right to examine any shipment imported into the United States and it is important to know that you, the importer, must bear the cost of such shipping exam. Per…

OPERATIONAL UPDATES FROM CBP

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)¬†issued an update earlier this year outlining their plans for enhancements and changes to their operations in 2021. CBP is in charge of law enforcement (both for people crossing the border and for commercial items) at 300 ports of entry. CBP – U.S Customs and Border Protection¬†is the largest federal…

The Ultimate Importer’s Guide

Keeping up with regulatory agencies, legislative changes, and access to tools for importers may be a full-time job. If you’re like the importers we work with on a daily basis, you don’t have a lot of time to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with paperwork. Knowing where to seek for information…

ANTIDUMPING / COUNTERVAILING REGULATIONS UPDATES FROM CBP

A Federal Register Notice entitled “Distribution of Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset to Affected Domestic Producers” was published by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) last month. Since 2003, the Federal Register has served as a critical link between CBP and the global trade community, publishing notices practically weekly. Part of being an informed importer…

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Guide To Import Into US

Before we get into imports, here are a few tips for the exporter (Vendor) to help speed up the Customs Broker’s clearance of your goods: Fill out your customs invoice with all of the essential details – A thorough item description, the number of units/pieces (including units of measure), the value, the place of manufacture,…

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What is Continuous Bond

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Importer Of Record

Organization/Company or Individual participating in¬†global trade? You guarantee consistence with administrative concerns identified with the import and export of the items. At the point when trade happens with global parties, consistence with all the local, state, also as federal laws must be guaranteed. That is where IOR-Importer Of Records comes in! Today, we’ll talk about…

Import Process in United States

I – ie: Background ISF aka Visa must be file by Import Customs Broker II – ie: Declaration Single Transaction Bond aka Passport must be file by Import Customs Broker. III – ie: Manufacturer Manufacturer aka Seller / Factory / Supplier / Vendor / Shipper IV – ie: Cargo Travel Agent Manufacturer will contact export…

ISF Types

  • Type 1¬†/ Standard: This ISF type transaction covers the vast majority of commercial shipments. ( Importers ) ($95 / $150 Late).
  • Type 2¬†/ For shipments that have not yet been sold to a buyer in the U.S. Typically used for commodities shipments (e.g., coffee beans, cocoa, etc.). / handling shipments sold on the water: The ISF will need to be updated if the shipment is sold in transit. At a minimum, the ISF Importer must notify CBP that the goods have been sold, and the party must update the Buyer (Owner) field and any other field of which they are aware. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 3¬†/ HHG/PE: USED HouseHold Goods (HHG) and personal effects (PE) shipments. This includes shipments for returning military members, other U.S. governmental personnel and their families. No bond is required ($176 / $373 Late) on this ISF type.
  • Type 4¬†/ U.S. Government and U.S. Military: Only to be used for actual government or military No bond is required. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 5¬†/ Diplomatic: Only to be used by foreign entities entitled to diplomatic immunity. No bond is required. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 6¬†/ Carnet: Covers shipments arriving under a carnet. No bond is required. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 7¬†/ U.S. Goods: This ISF type is reserved for shipments containing solely U.S. Goods Returned. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 8¬†/ FTZ Shipments: Reserved for shipments going into a Foreign Trade Zone. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 9¬†/ International Mail: Reserved for USPS mail shipments. No bond is required. ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 10¬†/ OCS Shipments: Reserved for shipments arriving from a U.S. outer continental shelf point or from vessels operating over a U.S. OCS point (e.g. rigs, derrick barges, seismic vessels). ($176 / $373 Late).
  • Type 11¬†/ ISF type 5+2: Immediate Exportation (IE) or Transportation and Exportation (TE) Immediate Transportation (IT) ($176 / $373 Late).

Single ISF Bond Fee

Single ISF Bond could be approved within 30mins: You could apply for Single ISF Bond by calling us (+1 800-215-1849 / 001-619-798-6748), emailing us ([email protected]) or file by yourself using the ISF self-file form & agreeing with the Single ISF Bond Fee below.
BELOW are Single ISF Bond Fee, 24 hours BEFORE your shipment is about to leave foreign port, but if you are filing ISF, 23 hours & 59 minutes BEFORE your shipment is about to leave foreign port or has left foreign port.

Continuous Import Bond will eliminate most of Single ISF Bond Fee & MOST of Single Transaction Bond fee for Next 365 days. From CBP - US Customs and Border Protection website: Importers are responsible for all Fee, US Laws & International Laws. All Cost / Fee / Price / Our-Service / Arrangement are subject to change without notice, explanation, reason, remorse, recourse, representation, replacement & etc.

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$100 - $2,000 = $85

$2,001 - $5,000 = $109.32

$5,001 - $10,000 = $133.64

$10,001 - $15,000 = $157.96

$15,001 - $20,000 = $182.28

$20,001 - $25,000 = $206.60

$25,001 - $30,000 = $230.92

$30,001 - $35,000 = $255.24

$35,001 - $40,000 = $279.56

$40,001 - $45,000 = $303.88

$45,000 - $50,000 = $328.20

$50,001 - $60,000 = $352.52

$60,001 - $70,000 = $376.84

$70,001 - $80,000 = $401.16

$80,001 - $90,000 = $425.48

$90,001 - $100,000 = $449,80

$100,001 - $110,000 = $472.12

$110,001 - $120,000 = $520.76

$120,001 - $130,000 = $567.74

$130,001 - $140,000 = $614.04

$140,001 - $150,000 = $660.68

$150,001 - $160,000 = $707.32

$160,001 - $170,000 = $753.96

$170,001 - $180,000 = $800.61

$180,001 - $190,000 = $847.24

$190,001 - $200,000 = $893.88

$200,001 - $210,000 = $940.52

$210,001 - $220,000 = $987.16

$220,001 - $230,000 = $1,033.80

$230,001 - $240,000 = $1,080.44

$240,001 - $250,000 = $1,127.08

$250,001 - $260,000 = $1,173.72

$260,001 - $270,000 = $1,220.36

$270,001 - $280,000 = $1,267.13

$280,001 - $290,000 = $1,313.40

$290,001 - $300,000 = $1,360.28

$300,001 - $310,000 = $1,457.56

$400,001 - $500,000 = $1,652.12

$400,001 - $500,000 = $1,652.12

$500,001 - $600,000 = $1,749.41

$600,001 - $700,000 = $1,846.68

$700,001 - $800,000 = $1,943.96

$800,001 - $900,000 = $2,041.23

$900,001 - $1,000,000 = $2,138.52

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